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5 Reasons Why Conspiracy Theorists Are More Popular Than You Think

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  1. Bevin says:

    A few years ago the thesis of this article would not have been true. But today, it clearly is.

    A good example is Hollywood actor Charlie Sheen on 9/11.

    “We’re not the conspiracy theorists on this particular issue,” said Sheen.

    “It seems to me like 19 amateurs with box cutters taking over four commercial airliners and hitting 75% of their targets, that feels like a conspiracy theory. It raises a lot of questions.”

    I too believe we have crossed a divide. We have undergone a paradigm shift. The CW is no longer the CW. The fringe is no longer the fringe.

    It’s about time.

    1. xen says:

      I think you’re wrong. The 9/11 truth movement has past its peak (which was in about 2006). Interest in 9/11 conspiracy theories has dropped dramatically, and quite frankly a lot of the theories and questions have been pretty well answered, but most conspiracy theorists don’t bother to read the counter-arguments (and I say this as someone who once believed the conspiracy theories).

      1. Marvin Taylor says:

        Wow, I have to respectfully disagree! There are many “Truth” groups rising up now – pilots, architects, engineers, on and on – specifically educated experts that have had 10 years to ruminate on what happened, and what could NOT have happened, and they have had time to get their thoughts well organized and galvanized.

  2. Eric Dubay says:

    Great article, the conscious awakening is reaching a tipping point! The 100th monkey is washing his potatoes now! Peace